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What is the equivalent of for CentOS?

When I want to search for packages for my Debian box I use

It has a nice search and a page for each package with lots of details.

Is there a CentoOS (RHEL) equivalent?

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marked as duplicate by Iain Jan 27 '12 at 8:33

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Understand the pain. Though survival is not difficult if you use google and yum search smartly. – Aditya Patawari Dec 29 '11 at 6:19
@lain This may be a duplicate but I asked it better. – Tom Dworzanski Jul 17 '14 at 0:52
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RHEL has Red Hat Network (RHN), but this is only browsable if you have a valid support contract with Red Hat.

As far as I'm aware, the CentOS project do not have a web interface to their Yum repositories, only automatic indexes generated by the web server.

EPEL has a web interface called repoview, but this is more or less equivalent to an automatic index generated by Apache, with the addition of showing package groups. There is no search facility.

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not sure if there is, but is what I use.

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